The Genesis Framework is probably the most designer and developer friendly WordPress theming framework for WordPress. Genesis makes it easy to change the look and feel of your site with little code. Changing layouts and adding sidebars are easy. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to register custom sidebars Genesis style.
The genesis framework is a robust and dynamic WordPress theming framework created by Brian Gardner at StudioPress. Some key features that the Genesis Framework offers is lightning speed, excellent security (audited by Mark Jaquith), and durability. Genesis Hooks one of the most useful features of this framework to extend your theme’s functionality. These hooks make development quicker and much more efficient. A hook is a snippet of code that is written into a theme or plugin that allows the insertion of content into the theme. This allows you to extend the functionality of your website by hooking code into your website […]
WooThemes just released WooCommerce 2.0, their ever popular eCommerce plugin for WordPress. They added a variety of new features in the new version ranging from improved security (approved by Sucuri) to advanced inventory management. All of these features make WordPress a more viable candidate as a platform to develop a fully-featured eCommerce site. As a result, I want to take a personal look at it and give you my thoughts from on some of the major features and why it may be time to take a serious look at it, if you already haven’t.